Summer course Training session

Nice Summer International Music Academy

Country: France
City: Nice

Get ready for the Conservatory entrance exams and competitions in the beautiful French Riviera, Cote d'Azur.

Almost all orchestral instruments, piano, vocal music, harmony ...A total of more than 0 leading professors each hold a master class for 1 to 3 weeks.You can take 2 classes at the same time.
from March 2024th to May 7st
Held in the world-famous resort of Nice, this is a traditional summer course that has been held for over 50 years.So far, a total of 50 talented students from more than 5 countries have participated and raised their skills.The content of the lessons is of a high level, aimed at those who challenge the entrance exams of the Conservatory and international competitions, but there is no age limit for students, and of course experienced amateur players are welcome.All lessons are conducted in master class format and are taken on a weekly basis.There are almost all orchestra instruments and classes such as piano, vocal music, chamber music, and harmony, and the instructors in charge of more than 50 people are the Paris Conservatory of Music, Lyon National Conservatory, Paris Regional Conservatory, etc. Mainly professors teaching at the top-ranked conservatory of music in France.The duration is 3 weeks, so you can not only take two or more sensei master classes for up to 2 weeks, but you can also take two sensei classes at the same time in one week. ..Also, the main training venue, the Nice Regional Conservatory, has been completely renewed in recent years, and I am happy that it has become a modern new school building with an ideal environment for learning music.The "Nice Music Night Festival" is held during the course, and not only is there a stage for the students selected as professors, but also concerts by artists invited from all over the world. All are free to enter (seats are limited).Accommodation is a 3-minute walk from the venue.This is a student dormitory in the vast park of Valrose Castle, University of Nice.
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■ Workshop period ■

from March 2024th to May 7st
Phase 1: July 2024-7, 22
Phase 2: July 2024-7, 29
Phase 3: July 2024-8, 5

■ Courses held ■

Piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, harp, flute, clarinet, horn, trombone, trumpet, tuba, percussion instruments, guitar, vocal music, chamber music, harmony

■ Number of lessons ■

▽ General course
Generally, it will be about 3 to 4 private lessons.
* The number of hours may change depending on the level, number of students, and major of the professor and students.

▽ Lorraine Nuvar Special Vocal Course
Under the supervision of Lorraine Nuvar sensei, it will be a private lesson by vocalists and pianists including Lorraine Nuvar sensei.In addition to lessons, there is also group work.

■ Audition ■

None
* If the number of applicants is large, the professor may decide to audition in advance or audition on the start date of the course.
* Even if you do not have an audition, you may be an auditor at the discretion of the professor, so we recommend that you make sufficient preparations.
* If the number of people exceeds the specified number after application, document screening may be added at the discretion of the professor even after the application is accepted and the customer arrives at the site.We will negotiate with sensei and the secretariat as much as possible, but please be aware of this and contact the And Vision Counselor for details.
*Please submit a video of the performance in advance.

■ Workshop venue ■

Nice Regional Conservatory

■ Workshop schedule ■

The course schedule will be announced locally.Please check on-site for details.

<General schedule example>
Day 1: From Japan, take a nice car to your accommodation (separate accommodation fee)
Day 2: Dormitory check-in
Day 3: Start of class After registering at the conservatory and meeting with sensei, lessons start.
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Last day of class: Check-out of student dormitory, end of class (lessons are also available on the last day depending on sensei)
      Stay in Nice or Paris (normal hotel: separate accommodation fee)
The day after the last day of the course: From Nice
The day after the last day of the course: Arrival in Japan
* Although it depends on the flight schedule, we recommend staying in Nice on the first day (the day before the start date of the course) and the last day of the course.Please contact your And Vision Counselor for itinerary details.

■ Pieces / Number of pieces ■

Free song
* Generally, we recommend that you bring about one song per lesson.

■ Practice room ■

Nice Regional Conservatory
* Piano students will practice for 3 hours a day.
* People other than the piano can practice freely if there is a vacant classroom.You can practice in the dormitory.

■ Concert Opportunity ■

There are many student concerts selected by the professor.

■ Accommodation ■

Student dormitory (single room).With shower, toilet, refrigerator and sink.With meal (morning, noon, evening)
* It takes about 15 minutes on foot from the student dormitory to the seminar venue.
*A security deposit (approximately 75 euros/varies depending on the year) is required to move into the student dormitory. If there is no problem with the room, the amount will be refunded upon check-out.
* Since the number of student dormitories is small, we recommend that you make a reservation as soon as possible.If the dormitory is full even before the deadline, we will arrange for a distant student dormitory or hotel for an additional fee.
* The dining place will be the Conservatory.
* It is possible to change to a hotel at an additional charge.

■ Accommodation period ■

Check-in: The day before the start date of the course
Check-out: Course end date
* Although it depends on the flight schedule, we recommend staying in Nice on the first day (the day before the start date of the course) and the last day of the course.Please contact your And Vision Counselor for itinerary details.
* Accommodation in the dormitory on the first day can be arranged only if the dormitory is vacant. We recommend staying at the hotel as availability will not be confirmed until just before departure.

■ Japanese interpreter / local support ■

▽ Local support
・ With telephone support from local French staff (telephone only)
(It is possible to respond to emergency telephone calls. If you need to be accompanied by a hospital, police, etc. other than by telephone, please contact the insurance company. Please note that you will be required to pay.)
・And Vision local staff will accompany you through the registration process.
(Detailed explanation will be given by the secretariat at the time of registration, so we will interpret.)
*And Vision's local staff are familiar with French culture.In addition, And Vision has a direct contract with French professors, so we have a wealth of school information.

▽ Japanese interpreter during lessons
Please select with / without Japanese interpreter at the time of the lesson.
* There is a "limited number of people" with an interpreter, so if you wish, please apply as soon as possible.
* If you choose to have a Japanese interpreter, the interpreter will accompany you to adjust the schedule with sensei before the lesson.
* Since the lesson time is decided by sensei, the time zone will be decided locally (not known in advance). Depending on sensei, you may not be able to change the time or know what time the lesson will be held even on the day, but we will try to be able to interpret at any time as much as possible.
* With the kindness of sensei, such as vocal music and vocal accompaniment, lessons may be held multiple times a day.However, the maximum number of lesson interpreters is 1 regardless of the number of hours each time.If the number of times exceeds the specified number, an additional fee will be charged. If you would like an additional interpreter, please contact an And Vision Counselor.
* Please note that an interpreter cannot be arranged for the Lorraine Nuvar special course.
* Interpreters cannot be provided for majors other than musical instruments and vocal music, and group lessons such as chamber music.
* Even during the period when interpreting is possible, the professor may refuse to enter the room due to the effects of the new corona infection.If an interpreter can be arranged and you can contact sensei in advance, we will check with sensei to see if you can enter the room.

■ Airport transfer ■

Outbound airport transfer included (Nice airport)
* If you wish to pick up and drop off at the return airport the day after the end of the course, we can arrange it for an additional fee.However, the availability of lessons on the last day of the course and the end time of the lessons vary depending on the individual professors, and And Vision cannot set the pick-up time in advance.If you wish to pick up and drop off at the return airport on the final day, we can arrange it by specifying the reservation time and place for the pick-up and drop-off.Please consult an And Vision Counselor for details.

■ Professors ■

▼ Phase 1
▽ Piano
Floran Bofar
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Former Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

Jean-Marie COTTET
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France; former professor at the National Supérieure de Musique de Paris, France)

Akiko Ebi
(Former visiting professor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan, former professor at Nihon University College of Art)

Claire des Arts
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

Dennis Pascal
(Professor, National Academy of Music in Paris, France, Former Professor, Rueil-Malmaison Regional Conservatory, France)

Elena Rosanova
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France, Professor at the École Normale de Musique in France, former professor at the Frankfurt University of Music, Germany)

Emmanuel Strose
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

louise bessette
(Professor at the Montreal Conservatory of Music, Canada)

▽ Violin
Stephanie Marie Dugan
(Professor at the National Conservatoire de Paris, France, former professor at the Caen Regional Conservatory, France)

Catherine Montier
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

▽ Cello
Frederik Odibert
(Professor of Monaco Monaco Rainier III Academy, Former Professor of Nice Regional Conservatory of Music, France)

Emmanuel Bertrand
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Former Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

Marie Paule Milon
(Professor, Paris Conservatory of Paris, France, Former Professor, Rueil-Malmaison, France)

Zhu Yibing
(Chinese cellist)

▽ Harp
Marie-Pierre Langrame
(Visiting professor at the Hanns Eisler University of Music, Germany, former professor at the Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, Principal of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Germany)

▽ Flute
Vincent Luca
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France, Assistant Professor at the National Supérieure de Paris, France, Former Professor at the French Schola Cantorum Conservatory, Principal of the Orchester de Paris, France)

Julian Bodimon
(Professor of the National High Conservatory of Music in Lyon, France, Chief of the Orchestra of the National Opera of Lyon, France, Former Chief of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, USA)

▽ Clarinet
Michelle Lutierk
(Professor, Nice Regional Conservatory of Music, France, Former Professor, National Conservatory of Music, Paris, France)

▽ Horn
charles radere
(Professor, Nice Regional Conservatory, France)
&
bertrand chatenay
(Professor at the Geneva High School of Music, Switzerland; Principal of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Germany)

▽ Lorraine Nuvar Special Vocal Course
Lorraine Nuvar
(Pre-College Professor, Juilliard School, USA, Professor, Bard College Music School, USA, Former Professor, New England Conservatory of Music, USA)


▼ Phase 2
▽ Piano
Michel Béroff
(Former Professor of the National Academy of Music in Paris, France, Former Visiting Professor of the Royal Northern Music University of the United Kingdom)

Anne-Leeds Gastardy
(Professor at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, Professor at the Conservatory of Music in Lyon, France, Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory of Music, France)

Bruno Rigutto
(Professor at Ecole Normale de Musique, France, Professor at Scola Cantorme Conservatory, France, Former Professor, Conservatoire de la Conservatoire de Paris, France)

Elianne Rayet
(Professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieure de Paris, France; Professor at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium)

Jonas Vito
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

Tuiya Hakkira
(Professor, Sibelius Conservatory of Finland)

Jean-Baptiste von Lupt
(Professor at the Rueil-Malmaison Regional Conservatory in France, Professor at the Namur Supérieure in Belgium, former professor at the Boulogne-Billancourt Regional Conservatory in France, former professor at the Strasbourg Regional Conservatory in France)

Marie-Joseph Jude
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Former Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

▽ Violin
Olivier Charlier
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

Agnes Soulem
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

Jean-Marc Philippe Valjabedian
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

▽ Viola
Francoise Gunelli
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France; former professor at the Lyon National Supérieure de Musique, France; former professor at the Rueil-Malmaison Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Cello
Marc Copey
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

Helene Daughtry
(Professor of the City Conservatory of Paris, France, Professor of the Ecole Normal Conservatory of Music, France, Professor of the Royal College of Music, England)

▽ Contrabass
Vincent Pasquier
(Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France; Principal of the Orchester de Paris, France)

▽ Harp
Marie-Pierre Langrame
(Visiting professor at the Hanns Eisler University of Music, Germany, former professor at the Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, Principal of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Germany)

▽ Flute
Claude Lefebvre
(Professor at the École Normale de Musique, France; Professor at the Paul Duca Conservatory in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, France; Principal of the Paris Opera Orchestra, France; former professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, France; former assistant professor at the Lyon National Supérieure de Musique, France)

▽ Clarinet
Patrick Messina
(Professor at the Ecole Normale in France, Visiting Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in England, Principal of the Orchester National de France in France)

Pierre Genison
(Professor, Ecole Normal Conservatory, France)

▽ Lorraine Nuvar Special Vocal Course
Lorraine Nuvar
(Pre-College Professor, Juilliard School, USA, Professor, Bard College Music School, USA, Former Professor, New England Conservatory of Music, USA)

▽ Percussion instrument
Minh Tam Nguyen
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)


▼ Phase 3
▽ Piano
Hortense Cartier-Bresson
(Professor of the National Academy of Music in Paris, France, Former Professor of the Boulogne-Billancourt Regional Conservatory in France)

Francois Chaplan
(Professor, Conservatoire de Versailles, France)

Johann Schmidt
(Professor, Royal Conservatory of Music, Brussels, Belgium)

Dennis Pascal
(Professor, National Academy of Music in Paris, France, Former Professor, Rueil-Malmaison Regional Conservatory, France)

Pascal Rogé
(Professor of the Ecole Normal Conservatory of Music in France, Visiting Professor of the Royal Academy of Music in the United Kingdom, Visiting Professor of Trinity Laban Conservatoire University in the United Kingdom)

Valentina Igosina
(Professor at Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium, Professor at Maurice Ravel Conservatory, Paris 13, France)

Marie-Joseph Jude
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Paris, France, Former Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

▽ Violin
Agnes Soulem
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

Genevieve Laurenceau
(Professor at the École Normale de Musique, France; former principal of the Orchester National du Capitole, France)

▽ Viola
Jean Threm
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

▽ Cello
Marie Paule Milon
(Professor, Paris Conservatory of Paris, France, Former Professor, Rueil-Malmaison, France)

▽ Harp
Marie-Pierre Langrame
(Visiting professor at the Hanns Eisler University of Music, Germany, former professor at the Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, Principal of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Germany)

▽Chamber music for brass instruments
Gerard Rolland: Trumpet
(Member of the Monaco Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra)

Vincent Lepape: Trombone
(Professor of the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium; Principal of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House of Turin, Italy)

Patrick Penier: Horn
(Principal of the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra of Monaco, former professor at the Nice Regional Conservatory, France)

Florian Wiel Gothic: Tuba
(Principal of the Monaco Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra)

▽ Guitar
Remi Juselm
(Professor, Tours Regional Conservatory, France)

Tristan Manukian
(Professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieure de Paris, France; former professor at the Nice Regional Conservatory, France)

▽ Voice
Delphine Heidan
(French singer)

▽ Percussion instrument
Minh Tam Nguyen
(Professor, National High Conservatory of Music, Lyon, France)

▽ Harmony
Isabelle Duha
(Professor, National Academy of Music, Paris, France)

■ Qualifications ■

Nothing in particular
* Please submit the resume format distributed by And Vision as soon as possible.

■ Price ■

▼ No Japanese interpreter
▽ General course
1 period: 416,900 yen (423,700 yen including tax)
2 period: 648,940 yen (655,740 yen including tax)
3 period: 880,980 yen (887,780 yen including tax)

▽ Lorraine Nuvar Special Vocal Course
1 period: 487,840 yen (494,640 yen including tax)
2 period: 790,820 yen (797,620 yen including tax)

▼ Japanese interpreter included (limited number of people)
▽ General course
1 period: 516,400 yen (523,200 yen including tax)
2 period: 847,940 yen (854,740 yen including tax)
3 period: 1,179,470 yen (1,186,270 yen including tax)

■ What is included in the price ■

Course fee (tuition fee, attendance fee, practice room, accompaniment fee if necessary, selected person concert appearance participation fee, concert viewing fee, completion certificate, etc.), local accommodation arrangement fee, student dormitory accommodation fee (single room: practice) Yes), food expenses (morning, noon, evening), bus commuter pass in Nice city, first meeting interpretation with sensei (for those who chose Japanese translation), lesson time (for those who chose Japanese translation) Japanese translation fee, airport transfer fee, support service fee during local stay (telephone only), local course registration attendance and orientation on the first day (for those who chose Japanese translation), overseas international remittance fee, overseas international remittance bank receipt Fees, pre-departure support service fees, set discounts

■ Clarify some of the items not included in the price ■

Airfare, student dormitory security deposit, Japanese translation fee (for those who did not choose Japanese translation), on-site course registration attendance and orientation on the first day (for those who did not choose Japanese translation), return airport transfer fee , Overseas travel accident insurance, city travel, telephone, all personal expenses during free time, etc.

■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■

● If you are taking 2 courses (such as 2 sensei) during the same period, please contact the And Vision Counselor.
● Depending on the local situation of the new corona infection, online lessons may be offered.Please note that if the course is offered, the fee will be charged excluding accommodation fees.The cancellation policy is based on the terms and conditions.
● Please contact an And Vision Counselor as you may be able to take classes even during the period you have set.

■ Application deadline ■

First deadline: February 2024, 5, 15, Second deadline: March 2024 6, Third deadline: up to capacity
● Even before the application deadline, the deadline will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached.
● Even after the application deadline, you may be able to apply if there is a vacancy in the course, so please contact the And Vision Counselor.

■Notes■

* The concert can be viewed free of charge only if there are seats available (please note that those who purchase a paid ticket will be given priority).
* If you have an attendant, you will be charged a separate fee such as accommodation.Attendance fees may vary depending on the age of the student.
* If you are a minor, you will generally need to be accompanied, but please contact us.
* Please contact us if you are a group led by sensei.
* Separately, we can arrange a local language school (affiliated school) free of charge.
* Private lessons or group lessons can be arranged separately.
* Please contact an And Vision Counselor for paid rental of musical instruments.
* In addition to the above, please feel free to contact the And Vision Counselor for anything.
* This information is as of December 2024, 03.Information may change depending on the year and local circumstances, so please contact the And Vision Counselor for the latest information.
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